Virginia Christine's creative partnership with famed director-producer Stanley Kramer encompassed six films. The two most well-known entries in the collaboration are the 1952 Gary Cooper Western "High Noon" and the 1967 topical drama "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," in which Christine portrayed Hilary St. George, the racist co-worker of Katharine Hepburn's Christina Drayton. In the midst of all this, Christine also began, in 1965, one of the most iconic partnerships between an actor and a commercial product, beginning a 21-year run as Mrs. Olsen in Folger's Coffee spots. During her long TV and film career, Christine starred in the odd horror film, most notably 1956's "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," though her part was small. Christine began her career in radio and was always good with accents and dialects, so it's somewhat appropriate that after first hitting the airwaves in the '40s, she ended her career contributing various voices for the animated TV series "Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo." Christine also appeared on a number of classic TV Western series, such as "The Virginian."